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Monday, March 30, 2020

City tries to quell fears about building code revisions

The City of Newark is working to quell fears about adopting revised building codes. The codes are up for consideration on Monday night. The city issued a release noting that is “of concern to some...

Alex and Ani store opening a milestone for Newark's Main Street

The opening of the Alex and Ani jewelry store  earlier  this month  was an important development for Newark's Main Street.The store features American-made products with a personal touch that can include your favorite college...

'Distraction burglary' reported by homeowners

Newark Police are warning police about “distraction burglaries” involving a pitch for landscaping work. On Sep. 18th , a homeowner, 82, on the 100 block of Panorma Drive, received a knock at the door from...

Artesian Water's Hamilton named Water Operator of the Year

The American Water Works Association-Chesapeake Section named Artesian Lead Water Operator Beth Hamilton as the latest recipient of its Operator of the Year Award. The group cited Hamilton, who works for Artesian's Maryland operation,...

Pill collection planned in Newark on Sept. 29th

On September 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Newark Police Department, University of Delaware Office of Public Safety, and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public another opportunity to prevent...

Main Street Mile coming to Newark on Oct. 6th

On Saturday, Oct. 6 at 8 a.m. the 6th annual Main Street Mile will host hundreds of runners and walkers as they take advantage of the rare opportunity to travel down the center of...

Newark Police seek public's help after search fails to find retired UD...

The Newark Police Department are asking for the public's help, after a weekend search failed to find a retired University of Delaware professor . Officers said  John Dohms, 64,   was found missing from...

Annual fall festival in Newark slated for today on The Green – UDaily

Newark's annual fall festival, Community Day, will be held from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 16, on The Green at the University of Delaware. Sponsored by the city's Parks and Recreation Department, in cooperation with...

Buick-GMC no longer on Newark's auto row

Newark's auto row is a little smaller with the departure of  Nucar Buick-GMC. The dealership on Cleveland Avenue closed in early September with a sign on the showroom door announcing that General Motors had bought...

Officials see business, tourism potential from newly opened Pomeroy trail

Children lined up to watch the ceremony. (Doug Rainey photo) City and state officials cut the ceremonial ribbon at the trail. (City of Newark photo) The Pomeroy and Newark Rail Trail officially opened Monday in a...